Book Summit 2017 took place in downtown Toronto on June 15. Elizabeth Barker shares her thoughts about the Indigenous Writers and Publishing Post TRC panel.
We're celebrating the bright lights in Canada's Indigenous publishing community and highlighting a few Indigenous-owned and -operated houses offering books authored, illustrated, and published by Indigenous Peoples.
Micah Bowers' ebookcraft 2017 talk, Ebook Apps from the Inside Out, is an exploration of the past, present, and future evolution of ebook reading applications and how that impacts and informs the art and craft of creating ebooks.
Get ready for some summer lovin' with the fifth instalment of our Deep Dive series! We've bundled up some statistics on the Romance Book Buyer to help you identify who they are, what their habits are, online and off, and where they buy their books.
To celebrate Canada 150, we stayed true to our book-reading, data-loving selves and pulled together a list of 150 bestselling Canadian books from the last 10 years.
We recently looked at LGBT book sales in another blog post, including how those titles are being classified. It made us think about the difference between LGBT subject codes and keywords. Thus began our quest to gain insight into keyword usage.
Start scouring industry publications for the news about this fall's most anticipated books because PubFight 2017 is coming!
The State of Digital Publishing in Canada 2016 looks at the size, scope, and production processes of the digital publishing market in Canada.
We're often asked how our products work together. Which is why we've created a flowchart that shows exactly where our information comes from, where it all goes, and how all of our products work together.
We were overjoyed to welcome EDItEUR's Graham Bell to provide two training sessions this week. With one day down (ONIX: Essentials) and one to go (ONIX: Advanced Topics), we can share a few highlights.